Ahahahaha this shit ruled so hard.
It’s a brand name, like Kleenex
I’m from Connecticut. When one of my fellow racing-loving friends texted me, “Hey did you know about this kid from Woodbury?” my response was “Yeah, he’s a dick.”
Signing in you, with a click for a deal
Face to face in your bedroom, know its real
Night fall covers me, but you know the plans I’m making
Still oversea, could it be the whole world opening wide
A sacred why, a mystery gaping inside
Prime Black Friday’s why
Until we dance into the fire, that cheap USB stick is all…
I am the God of Vellfire.
The F60 Countryman S All4 can be had for $35k. TYou won’t lose the Mini spirit or fun and the new BMW ones are lightyears more reliable than the ones with the terrible PSA engine. The best part, you can get a manual! And before anyone says it is too big to be a Mini, it is still a great car, leave the hate at the door.
I cannot believe I forgot to include this, but at WGI last summer someone gave me an apple slice that had been soaking in moonshine. I took a big ol’ chomp out of it, tried to swallow, and ended up spitting it into the dirt and crying. I can still taste the phantom memory of its pungent sting. I hardcore repressed…
He is now Eelman, and he defends us from the enemies of justice.
In case anyone was confused about what I was mocking in my original post, this person here sums it up quite nicely
Just like the infamous #24 T-Rex car they ran in the Winston. Nothing about it was against the rules technically, but they found every single area the rule book didn’t cover and every grey area and then maxed it out
I love the response from Stewart-Haas. It’s the rulebooks fault, not the teams.
While the 911 has grown, that pic is ‘shopped
Wait, how could you not have seen Smokey & The Bandit before this?!
GTLM is basically GTE-Pro. GTD is GT3. Neither class is actually unique to IMSA.
It’s the signature of someone who has signed way too many documents in a short period of time. My signature used to be legible until I had to sign 4 years worth of financial aid forms at once when graduating from college. You could take the stack of forms and do the flip-book trick to see my John Hancock turn into a…
It came about in the late 70's/early 80's as a offshoot of the bosozoku biker gangs and the mods they did to their bikes along with a healthy amount of Group 5 Super Silhouette influence.
The lack of functionality is the point. These guys aren’t the same as your average stick-on hood scoop user in the states. Being ridiculous, impractical, and totally exaggerated is what they’re going for. It’s basically a car culture for people that want cars that they would have thought were fucking amazing when they…
Here’s hoping your holiday presents are this much fun to unwrap.
Lake Independence? Everyone knows that Lake Minnetonka is where the real fun is.
Were they bad before? The days of stock car drivers not being good on road courses went away in the 90s. The top drivers are just as good on road courses as they are on ovals.